The Bugatti Veyron L'Or Blanc is a $2.3 million tea set

Behold, you lovers of highly-decorated, ridiculously expensive, German/French tea sets. It's the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport L'Or Blanc, a version of the recently updated Veyron, with porcelain fittings by Germany's Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (KPM). The one-off is reportedly worth $2.3 million. » 6/30/11 4:00pm 6/30/11 4:00pm

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Number One Auctions For $2.9 Million

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport » 8/19/08 12:20pm 8/19/08 12:20pm debuted at the last weekend, and chassis number one was promptly auctioned off the following day by Gooding & Company for the obnoxious sum of $2.9 million. "Standard" pricing for the ultra-exclusive convertible is set at €1.4 million, or about $2 million, so a paltry $900,000 for the …

1970 Volvo 164, Plus Bonus 200-Series Poll

It's hard to believe that, nearly 150 cars into this series, we've only seen three Volvos up to this point (the '66 Amazon, the '68 P1800, and the '69 144S). This area is Volvo Central, what with Berkeley only a few miles away and all, but for some reason we don't have many pre-200-series Göteborg machines on the… » 12/11/07 9:00am 12/11/07 9:00am

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 or McLaren F1?

Both cars are indisputably awesome. Hell, both are in our Fantasy Garage. One has a BMW V12 that in standard tune is good for 627 hp, with other more bat guano iterations easily hitting 680 hp and 244 mph. Of course the other has an 8.0-liter VW mill with 16 cylinders and 4 turbochargers and I-can't-count-that-high… » 11/29/07 1:30pm 11/29/07 1:30pm

Bugatti Veyron 16.4

"The most pointless exercise on the planet has got to be this four-wheel-drive 1000 horsepower Bugatti. I think it's incredibly childish this thing people have about just one element—top speed or standing kilometre or 0-60. It's about as narrow minded as you can get as a car designer to pick on one element. It's like …

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